This arguably should have been my first video in the series. Whoops. In which I talk about Beth's two collections, Odhroerir: Nine Devotional Tales of Odin's Journey, and Water from the Well. (I'm also bare of face and in need of a shave, just to keep it real, and I don't care! Hahahahahaaha!!!)
This is by no means a fancy video -- I don't know that I'm ever going to do fancy videos. It is, though, the first in what will hopefully be an awesome series featuring pagan-friendly fiction written by pagans. First up: Jennifer Lawrence's Fire on the Mountain. (now I just need to figure out how … Continue reading Celebrating Pagan Fiction video series launch!
Aside from the YouTube paganchallenge that I'm participating in, there are two other series that I'll be making videos for. Both, surprisingly (you know, or not if you've been paying attention at all to my interests) are about books. For the one, I'll be talking about books that have been important to my path, be … Continue reading New Video Series!
Hail, Poseidon, Lord of Horses! I sing Your praise! Hail, Poseidon, whose thundering hooves shake the very earth. From Your seed did the horse spring, From Your virility and Your generosity did this noble creature rush forth, Companion to humankind, and so often, so awfully abused. Shelter them, oh my Lord, for Your embrace is … Continue reading Poseidon Hippios 2015
I discovered Rick Riordan's Olympian series not long after the third book was released, though I put off giving the series a go until more of the books had be published because Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time and George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire long, long ago burned out any willingness … Continue reading Giving it another go — Percy Jackson
On my last trip to the university's library, I happened upon a book. I was looking for some books that might talk about maraj lwa, because while that is not the primary topic of the book Sacred Marriage that Beth and I are working on together, we do want to mention it, at least in … Continue reading Osun Across the Waters, Olokun, and Poseidon
Knowing yourself is only the first step. In some cases, it may be a long, involved first step. And, true, it's a step that you never really leave. That self-awareness, that self-knowledge is important and it changes as you change. I wrote a bit ago about writing as spirit work. (And I'm not the only … Continue reading Knowing Thyself isn’t enough.
As a writer, every publication is exciting. For myself, every single time is like the first time all over again. Even though I blog, being published by someone who is not me, with other people doing as much if not more of the work (sorry, but writing is easy! It's fun! I love it! Formatting … Continue reading Beth has been published!
The 2014 Winter Solstice edition of Eternal Haunted Summer is out! You can find my short story A Song for a Goose, as well as my reviews for The One and Only World and Walking the HeartRoad. Juli D. Revezzo has a new story in it as well, The Gift of the Stag Maiden. There's a … Continue reading New Story Out!
Love, love, love to pieces this hymn to Odin Poseidon* Psychpompos. This is another beautiful and timely piece of writing. Thanks, Terence! * that's me tongue-in-cheek and poking fun. Once upon a time, a somewhat prominent heathen author decided to suggest that Odin and Poseidon are, in fact, the same god, which was hilarious to … Continue reading Poseidon Psychopompos — a link!